Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- SciENcv – Faculty submitting to NSF can use SciENcv: Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae as an NSF-approved format for use in preparation of the biographical sketch and Current/Pending
sections of an NSF proposal. Faculty can create a profile that include all pertinent
information needed for their documents and SciENcv will produce an NSF-compliant PDF
version of the biographical sketch and Current/Pending forms that can then be given
to your pre-award specialist for upload. A bonus of using this method is that a SciENcv
account profile can be used to create an NSF and an NIH biosketch.
To view a tutorial on using SciENcv, please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRWy-3GXhtU&feature=youtu.be
- NSF Fillable PDF – NSF has fillable PDFs for use in preparation of the biographical
sketch and Current/Pending forms. Click here to download the NSF biographical sketch form and click here to download the NSF current and pending support form. Your pre-award specialist can also provide you with a template.
- NIH Biosketch Forms - Click here to download and follow instructions provided.
Principal Investigators (PIs) including subrecipients in their proposals must complete this form and return it to their Pre-award Specialist before submission.
All subrecipients must complete this form when submitting a proposal to KSU, along with documents and certifications required by sponsors. This form must be endorsed by the Subrecipient’s Authorized Official.
Cost sharing is a commitment of real dollars to a sponsored poject. All proposals that include a dollar amount for cost share, whether as part of the budget or listed in the proposal narrative, must have a signed cost share form on file with Sponsored Programs at the time of proposal submission.